Science: Diggers' Year

Men who roam the earth, picking and probing it for remains of vanished animals, men and civilizations, had a successful, if not sensational, year in 1933. An antique world was more generous in giving up its hidden treasures than a modern world in the fourth year of a depression was in supplying cash for researches. Yet as archeologists last week viewed their year in retrospect they could point to a surprising number of diggers at work all over the earth.* Prime doings of diggers during the twelvemonth:

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